Time for everyone to get on the same track

Issue 5956

BB looks at the state of contesting around the banding world

Back row ‘doyens’ reflect on their banding lives

Black Dyke heritage celebrated in Queensbury

Brass Band Podcast discovers the Acrobat Challenge!

Friday 7 April, 2017

Dave and Kenny speak with Jayne Murrill, the inspiration behind the Acrobat Challenge, the viral sensation supporting Stephen's Journey. Jayne reveals the background for the idea and discusses her rising career as a conductor. We look at the success of female conductor's versus their male counterparts and look at the factors behind why there aren't more ladies taking up the baton.

Also in this episode we ask why banding isn't more multi-cultured and hear from Brass for Africa's Kaleema Frank and Alex Parker on the impact brass playing is making in Uganda to the lives of so many.

Credit: The Acrobat - Dan Thomas via Facebook

Listen to Episode 33 by visiting https://brassbandpodcast.podbean.com/e/ep-30-review-and-preview-of-wales-and-london-and-southern-counties/

The Brass Band Podcast is a British Bandsman production by KGC Media